Minnesota-Arizona MPH-PHAP students present master’s projects

Mona Rath | April 12, 2016
ASU PHAP group copy
Indie Lewis, middle.

The first group of University of Minnesota-Arizona State University MPH-PHAP students presented their master’s projects at the Arizona Public Health spring conference in Phoenix, Ariz., April 5.

The UMN ASU MPH degree program, with PHAP and nutrition tracks, started in 2014. Marjorie Baldwin, a professor in the Department of Economics at ASU, is the academic director for the program.

Indie Lewis, MPH-PHAP student, won first place in the student poster competition.

Student Master’s project
Justin Huang “Rebuild Nepal Photo-voice Project”
Indie Lewis “Health Education in Arizona Public High Schools”
Sakshi Parasher “Infectious disease dynamics of Post Kala-Azar Leishmaniasis”
Sara Rogers “Utilization of Preventive Health Services among Refugee women in Maricopa County”
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